The Late Late Show features comic Joanne McNally and transatlantic rower Damian Browne, Hugh Bonneville is one of the Guests on The Graham Norton Show, there's a Bowie night on BBC Four, and director Lena Dunham's latest movie, Catherine Called Birdy . . .

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The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Comic Joanne McNally will join Ryan Tubridy to tell him about the antics her audience members get up to and how she could have been Dr Joanne McNally.

After 112 days at sea, Galway man, Damian Browne captured the hearts and minds of the nation as he became the first man to row from New York to Galway. He'll tell Tubs how he coped with solitude on the Atlantic and how the expedition almost ended in disaster.

A special person like Charlie Bird (below) requires a special interview, so The Late Late Show has upped sticks and moved to his house here in Wicklow for a chat with Charlie Bird and his wife Claire.

Professor Luke O'Neill also joins Ryan to discuss his enduring love of science, how life has changed over the past two years, and what exactly makes us human.

The Late Late Show is going to tackle the cost of living, with expert advice on everything from the simple and cheap ways you can keep your house warm this winter to the big-ticket items that will deliver real savings as prices rise.

Plus, The Coronas perform the lead single from their new album and up-and-coming pop star Flynn makes his Late Late Show debut.

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The Graham Norton Show, 10.40pm, BBC One

The sofa this week features Oscar-nominated stage and screen star Lesley Manville, Paddington and Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville (below, left) and Captain Marvel actress Lashana Lynch, who each talk about their current projects.

Plus, UK Eurovision star Sam Ryder chats and performs his new single, Somebody.

Bowie at the BBC, 9.00pm, BBC Four

A chronology of clips from the BBC archive giving an overview of David Bowie's career from 1964 until his death in 2016, offering a series of snapshots into his rapidly evolving career across music, films and the theatre.

Among the many clips are performances for Top of the Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test and Later with Jools Holland, plus Bowie in interviews about his roles in The Elephant Man, Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and Labyrinth.

Followed by Old Grey Whistle Test: '70s Gold, with Bowie, Elton John, Curtis Mayfield and – blimey! - Steppenwolf.

After that is David Bowie Finding Fame at 11.30pm, the final part of Francis Whately’s trilogy.

If you’re up for it, that’s followed at 1am by Glam Rock at the BBC. Or you could catch it earlier, at 7pm.

Ridley, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Another feature-length slice of crime drama, starring the great Adrian Dunbar as the eponymous sleuth.

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After a chance encounter with jazz singer Eve Marbury, the former detective agrees to help find her brother, who has been missing for 40 years.

When a woman is found dead, dark secrets that have been buried for decades begin to emerge.

New to Stream

Catherine Called Birdy, Amazon Prime Video

Lena Dunham directed and wrote the screenplay – based on the book of the same name by Karen Cushman – of this adventure tale.

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It’s about a 14-year-old girl in medieval England who navigates her way through life with a view to avoiding potential suitors her father has in mind.

The Midnight Club, Netflix

Mike Flanagan’s latest project following Midnight Mass, The Haunting of Hill House and Bly Manor is an adaptation of the Christoper Pike novel of the same name.

It's a chilling series about eight terminally ill teens trying to unravel the sinister mysteries of the hospice they call home.

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A group of terminally ill teenage patients resides at Rotterdam Home, and together they create the Midnight Club.

They meet in secret at midnight to tell horror stories.

Together the group forms a pact, that whoever dies first would make the effort to contact the rest of the Midnight Club members from beyond the grave.

A Friend of the Family, Peacock

Here’s a nine-episode series based on the harrowing true story of the Broberg family, whose daughter Jan was kidnapped multiple times over a period of years by a charismatic, obsessed family friend.

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The Brobergs - devoted to their faith, family, and community - were utterly unprepared for the sophisticated tactics their neighbour used to exploit their vulnerabilities, drive them apart, and turn their daughter against them.

This is the story of how their lives were permanently altered - and how they survived.

It stars Anna Paquin, Jake Lacy, Colin Hanks and Mckenna Grace.

Conversations With a Killer, Netflix

Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 young men and boys between 1978 and 1991, making him one of the most notorious serial killers in history.

He would often lure his victims back to his apartment, drug them and murder them. He was a cannibal and ate body parts of his victims.

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The true crime documentary is the third in a series from director Joe Berlinger (The Ted Bundy Tapes and The John Wayne Gacy Tapes) and features never-before-heard audio interviews between Dahmer and his defence team, delving into his warped psyche while also answering questions of police accountability.

Studio 666, Sky Cinema & NOW

Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock history to record their much-anticipated tenth album.

Once in the house, Dave Grohl finds himself grappling with supernatural forces that threaten both the completion of the album and the lives of the band.

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Munich Games, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW

With the world watching a dramatic hostage situation unfolds.

Maria and Oren must overcome their personal differences and work together to prevent the worst from happening.

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